Marsilius of Padua: The Defender of Peace, Volumen2

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Columbia University Press, 1956

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INTRODUCTION
Reason Power and the Peoples Will XXX
Religion and Politics xlvi
Language and Translation lxvi
List of Frequent References and Abbreviations xciii
On the First Questions in This Book and the Distinction of
8
On the Differentiation of the Parts of the State and the Necessity
15
WI On the Final Cause of a Certain Part of the State the Priest
21
On Some Signs Testimonies and Examples from Both Canonic
181
On the Differentiation of the Meanings of Certain Terms
187
On the Status of Supreme Poverty Which Is Usually Called
196
On Some Objections to the Conclusions of the Preceding
215
On the Differentiation of the Priestly Office According to
233
On the Equality of the Apostles in Each Office or Dignity
241
On the Authority to Appoint the Bishops and Other Ministers
254
On the Origin and First Status of the Christian Church
267

On the Genera of Polities or Regimes the Temperate and
27
On the Distinction of the Meanings of the Term Law and
34
On the Demonstrable Efficient Cause of Human Laws and
44
On the Qualities or Dispositions of the Perfect Ruler That
56
Whether It Is More Expedient for the Polity to Appoint Each
68
On the Numerical Unity of the Supreme Government of
80
On the Correction of the Ruler and for What Cause How
87
On Three Impediments or Modes of Opposition to the Truths
98
On the Canonic Statements and Other Arguments Which Seem
108
On the Canonic Scriptures the Commands Counsels and
113
On the Canonic Utterances of the Apostles and the Expositions
127
On the Authority of the Priestly Keys and What Kind of Power
140
WII Summary of the Statements Made in the Preceding Chapter
152
IX On the Relation of Human Acts to Divine Law and to the Judge
163
X On the Coercive Judge of Heretics Namely to Whom It Pertains
173
On Certain Preliminary Considerations Needed for the
274
Authority to Assemble a General Council of Priests Bishops
287
In What Sense the Roman Bishop and His Church Are
299
On the Modes of Plenitude of Power and the Manner
313
XXIV How in Particular the Roman Bishop Has Used His
321
Church with Respect to Laymen or Civil Affairs
331
On Some Objections to the Conclusions of Chapter XV
364
Replies to the Foregoing Objections
371
Refutation of the Objections Which Were Adduced from
405
Refutation of the Rational Arguments Presented in Chapter
415
Review of the Principal Aims and Conclusions of Discourses I
425
In Which Are Explicitly Inferred Certain Conclusions Which
426
On Marsilius Misinterpretations of Some Texts
433
INDEX
443
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